"There are no bystanders here."

— Survey comment from a recent BSBA graduate

You don't learn how to drive a car while sitting in the back seat, and you don't learn to manage by sitting in the back of a lecture hall. The Kenneth W. Freeman College of Management at Bucknell University offers an intimate learning environment. Every student has a faculty advisor. Classes are just the right size for discussion. Supportive teachers offer regular feedback and close mentorship. Students have opportunities for independent study, undergraduate research, and close collaboration with faculty. Professors focus solely on educating undergraduates, not graduate students. We can't imagine doing management education any other way.